General Therapy

Release feelings about distressing experiences, develop insights about interpersonal patterns through support and feedback, create connections, and build trust in yourself and others.


  • 3:00–4:30 pm, led by Jennifer Pritchett and Vincent Schroder at CWC Radio Road.




  • 3:00–4:30 pm, led by Laurel Nesbit and Ken Meyers at CWC Peabody Hall.


Don’t have time for a weekly group? Take one weekend to get a full therapy group experience. This group is for new or existing clients! A pre-group screening appointment is required.

Attendance at all group meetings is required.

What makes a weekend USO group unique and beneficial?

  • The opportunity to work through issues in a weekend vs a semester.
  • Group cohesion and support builds quickly and deeply.
  • Increased time to gain comfort in the group and take risks towards growth.
  • More continuous time to share and process concerns.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of oneself and relationship with others in a shorter period of time.

Group dates

  • Friday, 6/1 – 5:30–9:00pm
  • Saturday, 6/2 – 9:00am–5:00pm
  • Sunday, 6/3 – 9:00am–5:00pm
  • Wednesday, 6/6 – 5:30–7:00pm (Follow-up Process Meting)

Led by Chun-Chung Choi and Chaihua Lin at CWC Radio Road.

For Specific Populations

During the unique experience of graduate school, receive support to survive and flourish, and have a place to discuss your stresses and joys.

Led by Christina McGrath-Fair and Yamini Bellare at CWC Radio Road.

Black women are empowered in discussing concerns facing them today and in gaining rituals, self-care, and connectedness for conquering negative patterns.

Led by Analesa Clarke at CWC Peabody Hall.

Sexual Orientation & Gender

Explore issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity, and gain support in integrating your identity with other areas of your life.

Led by Carlos Hernandez and Sarah McConnell at CWC Radio Road.

Explore the challenges and joys of integrating one’s gender identity and expression. Process your unique journey through self-awareness and exploration leading towards a greater sense of self-acceptance.

Led by Carlos Hernandez at CWC Radio Road.

Peer Support

For exploring voices, visions, plurality, presences, premonitions, and other extreme, “unusual,” poetic, spiritual or otherwise alternative beliefs, perspectives, or experiences. For more information please follow this link.

Led by Jim Probert at CWC Peabody Hall.

Develop awareness of personal and relational patterns, view life experiences from many angles, and create new ways of seeing, thinking and doing.

Led by Jim Probert and Sunni Lutton at CWC Peabody Hall.

To learn more about Intentional Peer Support please visit

Develop personal plans for maintaining wellness and for addressing internal and external signals of increasing distress. Group emphasizes hope, personal responsibility, education, self-advocacy and support.

Led by Jim Probert and Sunni Lutton at CWC Peabody Hall.

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Themed Groups

For women with eating disorders who would like to examine their relationship with food and their bodies, and who are in or have been in individual therapy.

Led by Amanda Lawson-Ross and Ana Cikara at CWC Radio Road.

Women survivors of an assault are welcome to begin or continue their healing journey through connection with other survivors, and learning practices for self-care and connection with self.

Led by Julie Abrams-Bernier and Debbie Weiss-Hatfield at CWC Radio Road.

Mindful Living & Coping Skills

Learn body-based mindfulness and moving meditation practices such as gentle stretches, mindful walking, qi gong to help reduce stress/anxiety, regulate emotions, and improve concentration.

Led by Julie Abrams-Bernier and Analesa Clarke at CWC Radio Road.

Learn and practice Mindfulness Meditation, a time-tested method for helping people quiet their minds, feel more relaxed, and non judgmentally focus on the present.

About Group Therapy

Group Therapy helps you to share your experiences with a small group of your peers and a counselor. Group therapy is as effective and in some cases, more effective than individual therapy. Many clients find group helps them to feel a greater sense of connection to others and normalizes what they are going through.

Attendance is limited and a pre-group screening appointment is required.